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Many homeowners and some commercial properties in Connecticut have crawl spaces. When you experience any amount of mold, it can be a sign of water damage in your basement or throughout your property. The crawl space and often the basement are the two most likely places you’ll find mold and mildew starting to form.
If you fear that you may have mold issues in your crawl space, it’s best to reach out to the waterproofing experts at United Waterproofing for an honest quote.
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I called United Waterproofing to get an estimate on what it would cost to finally finish my basement. The quote I was given was significantly less that what other companies in the area were asking for. The crew was always courteous and professional. They showed up on time and they cleaned up after they were done with the work. I now have increased the square footage of my home as well as the value! Thank you United Waterproofing for doing such an excellent job!Sam T.
Why Choose United Waterproofing?
24/7 Emergency Service
When you have water damage in your basement or your crawl space, it becomes a major issue for your home or commercial property. To help you whenever you need assistance, United Waterproofing is available 24/7 for emergency services, including those that may impact your crawl space.
Over 20 Years Experience
We are experts in everything waterproofing, and we have over 20 years of experience to prove it. If your Connecticut basement or crawl space is wet, damp, moldy or has leaks, we can help.
Fair Pricing & Highest-Quality
At United Waterproofing, we understand that you expect the highest quality materials and services completed on your home or commericla property, and we uphold that value. We can offer you an honest, affordable estimate for your crawl space waterproofing.
How Do I Know If My Crawl Space Needs Waterproofing?
To ensure a safe, clean home, it’s essential to have crawl space waterproofing, and there are several signs that you may need to invest in it. Some of these include standing water on the crawl space floor or visible mildew or mold. If your crawl space has a dirt floor, wet soil can also be an indicator that a waterproofing system is necessary.
When you find yourself in this predicament, it can be beneficial to invest in crawl space encapsulation or sealing. During the process, a heavy-duty polyethylene barrier will be added to the crawl space area, normally on the floors, foundation walls or ceiling if necessary. By adding a water vapor barrier, you can transform your crawl space from a damp and dirty space to a clean, dry area where mold won’t be able to grow.
Benefits of Having Crawl Space Waterproofing / Encapsulation
By encapsulating your basement, you’ll have many benefits that follow including:
- Improved air quality in the crawl space and throughout your home or commercial property
- Prevention of pests and wood-destroying insects
- Avoiding structural damage or mold issues
If you have a crawl space that is showing signs of mold or water damage, it’s best to reach out to us at United Waterproofing to assess the area. We’ll be able to create a plan to mitigate the mold and create a healthier living space for your property.
Installing a Sump Pump
Installing a sump pump in your basement can help get rid of standing water if the area were to flood. They’re designed to collect water from the foundation soil or from a French drain and transfer the water outside the home. If you combine a sump pump with an effective encapsulation system, you can better protect your crawl space from water issues.